Source: REDCAT. Selected shows below.
Futures of Music
Futures of Music, presented by the Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts, explores various possible futures in performing and experiencing music.
Elisa Harkins: Wampum / ᎠᏕᎳ ᏗᎦᎫᏗ
Anna Luisa Petrisko: Green and all the Colors
Elisa Harkins and Anna Luisa Petrisko share the REDCAT stage in this double-bill evening exploring future and ancient indigenous ideas.
Extending earlier projects that staged the impressionistic or even hallucinatory relationship between sonic objects, the auditory encounter, and our self-perception within space, Resynthesizers advances a more recent line of inquiry engaged with bleeding-edge approaches to computational auditory analysis and the synthesis of sensory materials. Read more
Mar 27 to May 14
REDCAT’s Studio series is an annual program supporting multidisciplinary work-in-progress. Responsive to changing needs and concerns, Studio adopts various formats and locations, from performances and workshops, the series supports the development of new work and novel reflection from within the communities of LA-based artists.
Derrick Skye: Where can we go, from here?
Derrick Skye is a composer and musician based in the Los Angeles area who often integrates music practices from different cultural traditions around the world into his work with classical music communities.
Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra
Celebrating 60 years of revolutionary music, REDCAT is pleased to present a performance by the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra playing new and memorable tunes. The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra is a Black music ensemble from Los Angeles founded in 1961 by Horace Tapscott.
Jun 17 to Jun 18
The Grammy Award winning PARTCH Ensemble returns to REDCAT with two world premieres.